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4X4 sometimes when i use my four wheel it makes a very loud humming noise, then when i click it bck into 2 wheel the rear end vibrates very loudly and the humming continutes up front in the engine

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CHECK YOUR TRANSFER CASE FLUID LEVEL ,SOUNDS LIKE IT NEEDS FLUID ,IF SO YOU FRIED IT.

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  • survivaljeep Dec 20, 2008

    CHECK YOUR TRANSFER CASE FLUID LEVEL ,SOUNDS LIKE IT NEEDS FLUID ,IF SO YOU FRIED IT.

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